While many of are happy with the plain black or white options when it comes to choosing a new handset, there are some who are more adventurous that will often hold off from purchasing their preferred device because it isn’t offered in their favourite colour scheme. With this in mind, Samsung has decided it’s recently launched Galaxy Note 5 could benefit from a couple of extra options in its native South Korean market, with Silver Titanium and Pink Gold becoming available on October 23rd.
The Silver Titanium Galaxy Note 5 will be available in both 32GB and 64GB guises, priced at 899,800 won ($800) and 965,800 ($859) won respectively. The Pink Gold Galaxy Note 5 will only be available with 64GB of internal storage, and is also priced at 965,800 won ($859).
If you are keen on accessorising your Galaxy Note 5, you can always purchase Samsung’s new portable battery pack, or perhaps go one step further and buy a case that has extra battery capacity built-in, such as Morphie’s Juice Pack. For those of us in Europe, well, it’s still anyone’s guess as to when, of even if, we will be able to order the Note 5 anytime soon in any colour, despite petitions being raised to draw Samsung’s attention.